Young ICCA Debate - This house believes the impact of AI on arbitration is a distant pipedream, not an imminent reality
Young ICCA is participating in the #PAW 2023!
Join us for the Young ICCA Debate on the following motion: “This house believes the impact of AI on arbitration is a distant pipedream, not an imminent reality”.
The event is co-hosted by Young ICCA and Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton and will take place at Cleary Gottlieb's office in Paris, on Thursday, 30 March from 1 to 3 pm CET.
A light lunch will be served from 1 to 1.30 pm CET.
Given recent rapid developments in AI technologies, this debate will consider whether AI has the potential to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of arbitration, or whether any transformative changes are still many years away. The debate will also address important questions about the role of human decision making in the dispute resolution process and ethical implications of relying on AI.
- Claire Morel, Partner, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, London
- Jacob Turner, Barrister, Fountain Court Chambers, London
- Praytush Panjwani, Senior Associate at Hanotiau & van den Berg, Brussels
- Sophie Nappert, Independent Arbitrator, London
- Maanas Jain, Barrister and Senior Associate, Three Crowns, London (moderator)
This event is free to attend, but registration is required.
Munia El Harti Alonso (Young ICCA Regional Representative)
Nikita Kondrashov (Young ICCA Regional Representative)
Stefanie Efstathiou (Young ICCA Regional Representative)
Paul Kleist (Young ICCA Events Co-Director)
Saemee Kim (Young ICCA Events Co-Director)
Maanas Jain (Young ICCA Co-Chair)
Maria Athanasiou (Young ICCA Co-Chair)
Shirin Gurdova (Young ICCA Co-Chair)
Lunch - Cocktail
Webinar login information will be sent to you upon confirmation of your registration.
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